Volunteer Application

Thanks for your interest in volunteering at ACR. Complete the form below or print and download this application (in Adobe Acrobat/PDF format). ACR's Volunteer Coordinator will get in touch with you soon.

Required fields are marked with an asterisk*.

First Name*
Last Name*
Street*
City*
State*
Zip Code*
Home Phone*
Best Time To Call
Work Phone
Best Time To Call
Cell Phone
Best Time To Call
Email
Birth Date (optional)
Volunteer Experience*
Include name of agency/organization, dates, and description of work or title
Work Experience (optional)
Include name of employer, dates, and description of work or title
Education (optional)
Include school, dates, and degree/major
Foreign Language(s) Spoken
Availability
Monday: day evening
Tuesday: day evening
Wednesday: day evening
Thursday: day evening
Friday: day evening
Saturday: day evening
Sunday: day evening
Would you like to receive
our agency newsletter?*
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Please mark those areas in which you are very interested and somewhat interested. Please note that not all volunteer opportunities are available in all of our offices.
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Answering AIDS Hotline+
Education and Community Outreach: distributing agency information; info booths
Sister-to-Sister Peer Education Program - outreach/education to communities of color, including churches
Youth Group Facilitator (must have experience working with youth)
Contract Buddy: one-on-one support for clients+
Non-contract Buddy: transportation, hospital visitation+
Educators/Speakers (Persons Living With AIDS) - share your story
Fundraising
Be a part of our "event day" volunteer team or be the driving force behind our events by serving on the Special Events Committee (meets year-round). Support ACR's Pantry Program by hosting a food/personal care item/housecleaning supply drives at school, work or church
Develop databases for various staff to assist in data management
Intern: volunteering for college credit
Professional Services (your professional expertise)
Please explain:
Library Assistance/Research/Information Gathering
Clerical/Office: data entry, phoning, copying, assembling manuals, mailings
Safety First Street Outreach Program - Peer Associates - (qualifications and training specific to program)
CONNECT is a program directed to men who have sex with other men. CONNECT works to empower men to build a stronger community by realizing safety doesn't just happen. It also strives to build self-confidence and self worth in participants. Volunteer opportunities exist in the following areas: bar outreach, community outreach, and discussion group facilitation.
Holiday Angel - Support an individual or family and spread the spirit of the holiday season
(+Items marked with a plus sign require training beyond HIV/AIDS 101)
Comments
Skills/Experiences*
What are your skills or experiences that would benefit the volunteer program at AIDS Community Resources (e.g., typing, computers, phone skills, professional work, public speaking, counseling)? Why does volunteering at AIDS Community Resources interest you?
 

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